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go learn something about the dossier. clinton paid for it, full of russian and government lies. we have so much more on monday. have a great weekend. thanks for being with us. laura ingraham is up next. >> good evening from washington. thank you for watching the ingraham angle. we have a huge day of news. you're not going to want to miss a minute. this special prosecutor announces a new round of inindictments. and it might not be who you think. and the governor of florida is calling for an fbi director to resign. and the media blow a gasket after my criticism of nba star king james. is that what he calls -- lebron james. i'm going to respond. but first, special prosecutor
bob mueller files more inindictments in the white house investigation and the white house is cheering tonight. that's the focus of the angle. we finally have indictments in the mueller investigation related to meddling in the 2016 election. and the only ones being charged are russians. a federal grand jury has now indicted 13 russian individuals and companies for interfering with the election. but they're not accused of rigging the election for trump but instead of waging information warfare to sow discord in the political system. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced the indictments and added this important caveat. >> there is no allegation in
this indictment that any american was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. there is no allegation in the indictment that the charge conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election. >> did you hear that? no american knowingly took part in the meddling. and the plot had no effect on the outcome of the election. the facts, as we know them right now, support the president's argument, an argument we have been making on this show for months, that there was no russian collusion. trump took a bit of a victory lap, tweeting today, russia started in 2014, long before i announced i was running for president. the trump campaign did nothing wrong. no collusion. well, it certainly looks that way. but we don't know for sure what else mueller may have up his
sleeve. though, i'll tell you who this totally vindicates. conservatives and republicans who have been warning people for years about how devious the russians can be in this situation. remember, when president obama sarcastically mocked mitt rom y romney's warning. >> when asked, you said russia. the cold war has been over for 20 years. >> now, obama was so convinced of that, his doj and fbi did next to nothing about the russian skulduggery. i love that word. his department actually approved the visas for the russian operativ operatives indicted by mueller
today. his fbi began spying on trump campaign advisor page in the fall of 2016. details of today's indictment do point to vindication for the trump team. this is jonathan turley from tonight's special report. >> this makes more sense. this began in 2014, began before the presidential election. the russians were taking targets of opportunity and shooting at everybody in the election but certainly working more against hillary clinton. but what it does show is that they did a really quite impressive job in finding this cyber trail to these individuals. >> i'll say. and the indictment describes rallies that took place after the election, both in support of and against trump. and by the way, some of them happened on the same day, all allegedly promoted by these russian accounts. you see this ad?
well, according to buzzfeed, this anti-trump rallies staged four days after the election was promoted by something called "black matters us." why would trump collude with russians to stage anti-trump rallies? does that make any sense? here's the bottom line. the trump campaign did not know about russian interference in the election. but the obama administration certainly did and may have in fact enabled it. given that we already know hillary clinton's campaign and the dnc paid for that fake russian dossier, it's time for the special counsel to interview hillary clinton, john kerry, susan rice, ben rhodes, and maybe even barack obama. i say it's high time that we
determine who really colluded with the russians. and that's the angle. joining us now with reaction, republican congressman and scott boldman. it's great to see all i don't have you. you're an expert in indictments. tell us about this one and your reaction to the 13 russians named. >> well, it's a very narrow indictment. the main count is wall what we call a conspiracy under the general conspiracy statute and basically says the russians conspired to defraud federal governmental -- one, they lied on their visa applications.
and third has to do with the foreign agent registration act. they should have registered as foreign agents and they didn't. and one thing i don't think anybody has picked up on, legally it's not that significant, the indictment doesn't even allege that these russians were part of the russian government. it just says that they were russian organizations. but, laura, it's very narrow. it's a very narrow charge. >> and this is what congressenman heck, danny heck said earlier today about whether donald trump is truly vindicated by this narrow indictment. let's watch. >> defendants knowingly and intentionally conspired with each other and with persons known and unknown to the grand jury to defraud the united states, et cetera, et cetera. this indictment of these 13 individuals is not the end of it, just like the indictments of mr. manaford, mr. gate,
mr. flynn weren't the end at all. to be continued. >> is that a little premature? >> well, laura, remember, this whole thing started with allegations played up by the media and my democratic colleague that there was a criminal conspiracy between trump's campaign and the russian government to subvert the election. this indictment doesn't even come close to doing that. and in fact, for rod rosenstein to say no americans were involved and it had no effect on the election, it just shows you that they have been promising and promoting this narrative for over a year now, really a year and a half. and at this stage, i don't see why you knee a special council for any of these indictments. >> but it also said known and unknown. they also said people known and unknown did conspire with the russians.
couldn't that then -- i haven't been a lawyer for a while. saul and scott can contradict me. but doesn't that leave the door open for naming of future individuals. >> on virtually all indictments have that language. but rod rosenstein did not say that there was no collusion with the trump campaign. he said this indictment doesn't allege that there was collusion. and this indictment doesn't allege that the election was affected. so you can't say anything broader than that. >> yeah, i certainly have to agree with my colleague. i don't really know what the republicans are celebrating. this is one bucket. this is one indictment of cyberspace. there's still -- this investigation continues. every chance you get, you want to say that there's no collusion and it vindicates the president. it certainly doesn't. it's one part of a puzzle. >> i agree.
it's a narrow indictment. but i think it is very key that the russian involvement in this election was both pro-trump, anti-trump, helping jill stein at one point. they seem to have their hand all over everything. >> i would, too. if i were the russians and sowing discord, i would certainly do both. they were promoting voter suppression as well in the black communities. >> to have pro and anti-trump rallies on the same days. that seems like a stretch. saul is right. this is one indictment. the idea that mueller is going to close up shop tomorrow. he just got $10 million in that ridiculous republic budget that was signed. i don't know why he needs $10 million if he's going to wrap it up. go ahead. >> so we have all this time
that's happened. congressional committees, special council. and what evidence is there of collusion other than the steele dossier, which has been discredited. and so i think it's one thing to say that there were russian nationals or even russian government involved. although i would note, none of the hacking, which i thought was the most serious, none of that was alleged in the indictment and not something that was dealt with. that's what you have and i just think so much of this has been based off wishful thinking by the press and the democrats and the steele dossier rather than hard facts. >> what about the republicans who are leading all of these investigations and certainly believe that there was russian meddling? let me tell you something. i'm a former prosecutor. prosecutions don't start at the top and go down. they start at the bottom. it's called a pyramid prosecution. you get to the top and cut the top off. you cut the head off.
this is one bucket. there's just one bucket of cyberbullying. there was other collusion and other facts still being investigated. >> russian meddling is different than a criminal conspiracy between trump and the russian government. that's a huge leap and there's not been evidence to make that leap. >> not right now. >> they haven't offered i think anything on that front. and rosenstein essentially said that today. that's not what they're talking about in this indictment. but, saul, i want to go into this more with you because when you see the amount of time they have had, they've interviewed a lot of people, they've reviewed a lot of documents, it is quite something, i think, at this juncture in the investigation to come up with, okay, they were trying to manipulate the election. who didn't think that? but before trump was even announced as a candidate, they were meddling. and what did the obama
administration do to stop it? last time i checked, they were approving sales of almost 20% of our uranium supply. you start talking about the ways we helped russia. we helped russia a lot during the obama administration. >> that's true. it's more of a political and historical point. the indictment says in started in 2014, well before trump announced. but, listen, there's no question. what scott says is right. it's a piece of the puzzle. but what the congressman said is correct, too. it is a good day for president trump. it is significant that the investigation has gone on this long and you don't have the collusion case. and keep in mind, as andrew mccarthy has pointed out, if you look at the flynn plea papers, it looks like there is going to be no collusion case, certainly
no collusion that flynn would have known about. so all signs do point to the fact that there will not be a major -- and when i say collusion -- >>there's going to be what? what are they looking for? obstruction of justice, interfering with the investigation. >> absolutely. >> you wouldn't have trump -- >>there's no obstruction case. >> the investigation's not over yet. >> hold on. go ahead. >> it's pure conjecture what you're saying. >> there is no obstruction case, period. >> we've got the president's own words. i'm not going to go down that rabbit hole with you. i think there's a lot of evidence there. >> it's not a rabbit hole. it's the law. >> there's laws in the rabbit hole. >> right now the democrats have turned up the heat on the republican committees looking into this because they're arguing that, oh, you guys are just interfering with what the
special council is trying to get at. indictments come out today. what's next for the house investigation? >> it's going to continue. the state department is next kind of under the microscope. and we're going to scrutinize people like john brennan and see their role in this. six months ago, people didn't know the democrats paid for the dossier. you have a lot of senior people in the doj or fbi either get demoted or leave the government. they wouldn't have done that if they had done everything by the book. >> brennan sent out a tweet today. he said doj statement and indictmen indictments, claims of a hoax. my take, implausible that russian actions did not influence the views and votes of at least some americans.
okay, i guess. but how does that justify a special council being called on this president? but when rosenstein picked the special council, said we've got to do the special council, that was based on what? i go back to rod's decision to call the special council, which i think was absurd on its face. you can close it out. >> i disagree. i think it absolutely is called for by the regulation, just like president obama should have appointed a special council. the point is you can't have the administration that has been accused of throwing an election investigating itself. if you look at -- >>what was the probable cause or any indication that a crime had been committed? >> you don't have to have probable cause under the regulation. and, look, i think that loretta lynch should have appointed a special council because of the hillary clinton email thing. you don't have to, but the point is the language of the special
council regulation allows you to do it. >> you can do a lot. it doesn't mean you should. ron, your take and then scott and then we've got to go. >> rod rosenstein in the appointing order did not identify the crime to be investigated. he said, investigate comey's counterintelligence investigation. the regulations only allow for a special council for a criminal investigation. he did not do that, and that's why a lot of us have been concerned this investigation didn't have any real limits. >> that's not accurate. >> okay. scott. >> investigating russian meddling in the election. >> yeah, that happened before trump ever announced he was going to run for president. all right, guys. thank you so much. have a great weekend. by the way, russian is planning another brazen campaign. what can the united states do to stop it? answers right after this. your insurance company won't
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woolsey. this indictment today was wild. they were organizing all sorts of things. they were working for that jill stein, trying to help her. they were anti-trump and pro-trump on one day after the election. what's that all about? >> they want to be a force and they want to disrupt things. they call their big overall program disinformation. and they've been doing this since the 1920s, 1930s. what's new is they do it with cyber. they didn't have much luck disrupting american elections back in the 1930s or 1940s. but they've been doing that other countries all along. the head of romania intelligence >>so far not the same way the
russians do. but the russians -- i don't know. they photoshop photographs of the pope to make him look like he's saluting to a german nazi officer. >> you don't think the chinese are involved in this type of activity? they have an economy that dwarfs russia. i think it's important that we stop this russian stuff. but every time someone says russia, russia, russia, i say china, china, china. >> that's right. they are strategically a lot smarter. the russians basically are like the old fellow who lived next to the lincolns and their farm when they were a little bit. he used to say, i don't need much land, just what adjoins mine. that's russia. >> but they have an economy smaller than the size of france. come on. compared to china. china's eating our lunch on so
many fronts. >> and it gives us some leverage. if we can work to get the price of oil down, we will create a very, very unhappy putin. >> but we don't want to push russia to china, though. that's the last thing we want. >> we just want to weaken them because we can deal with them a lot better if they're weak. i was negotiating the treaty in '89 when the berlin wall went down. and you've never seen such russians. >>we are soon going to become the largest exporter of energy in the world. isn't that a weapon against russian expansionism? >> it's good but it's really about a balance of payments. what matters more is the price. you get the price down in the 30s and 40s and you can do it
just by -- >>well, we have a glut of energy being produced with fracking and everything else. >> that helps. but to get the price down, you can give people an incentive to have who fuels to choose from at the filling station. and then once you do that, you've got arbitrage that takes the price of oil down. the russians care about that a lot. >> obama didn't do much in response to this meddling in our election. they knew back in 2014, long before trump got into the mix, that this was a problem. as far as i could tell, they allowed that uranium one sale to go through with that committee. >> bad call. >> yeah. so that helped russia. >> sure. >> what do we do? how do we stop this in the future? weaken them economically and then what? >> i think what we really want is to get them to start pulling in their horns and coming back
out of georgia, back out of ukraine. we need to turn them around because they are taking over, even with their military and other inadequacieinadequacies. >> have we ever tried to meddle in other country's elections? >> oh, probably, but it was for the good of the system in order to avoid the communists from taking over. for example -- >>we don't do that now though? >> only for a very good cause in the interest of democracy. >> all right, thanks for being here. fallout for the florida shooting gets worse and worse for the fbi. the latest revelation may make your blood boil, next.
>>florida governor rick scott is among a growing chorus of those calling for fbi director christopher wray to resign. we learned today that a caller tipped the bureau off just last month about the florida shooting suspect nikolas cruz. they were told he wanted to kill people and was a potential school shooter. how could the fbi botch this so badly? joining us now is steve rogers, a former member of the fbi joint terrorist task force. this is just a heartbreaker in so many ways. i try to put myself in the position of a parent or spouse. the fbi gets this youtube tip in
september and for some reason couldn't figure out who posted that comment. and then in january, a tipster calls in and it's very specific. a person close to cruz, he has a gun, et cetera, et cetera, he could shoot the school. and then nothing. what happened? >> laura, this was an epic failure at leadership headquarters. an epic failure of information sharing. president trump in the early days of his campaign wonders about problems in our intelligence a intelligence agencies. the president was right. i've got to tell you, the magnitude, the most profound tip they got was what was on that youtube about being a professional shooter. you connect the dots. you don't stop the investigation. when i heard the fbi agent talk about, well, we looked at the youtube and couldn't find the ip
address. i was stunned. you know what you do? it would be simple. why not just put the guy's name in the instagram or facebook platform? it was his name. and looked what came up. they would have had the name and gotten the local police. the question i had and i believe still has to be looked into, did the local police give the fbi any information at all regarding the domestic violence calls? but when that name came up, i'm wondering all the information the police had about this guy, and on the domestic violence calls, we asked the question, are there any weapons in the house? usually every police department has a database of every home that has a weapon to protect
officers. there was little or no information sharing and that's what has to be investigated. >> they had been to his house 39 times for a variety of things. his mother was afraid of him. he was cutting himself on instagram after his girlfriend broke up with him. he was a decent employee at the dollar general store, but other than that he was a total nut job. it was red flag after red flag. but it's almost people are worried about offending someone and bridging someone's privacy. i don't know if they're just overloaded or bureaucracy. i think it was a colossal mistake on the local, state, and federal level. but the federal level takes the cake for me. >> there's no excuse for what happened there.
look, cops get instinct. and i've asked all week, any fbi agent who knows anything about how this happened and where the failures were, laura, they need to come forward. cops put up this blue wall of silence. and it happens on a local and federal level. tear down that blue wall of silence for the good of this country. a lot of cops know a lot of things and they weren't come forward for one reason or another. but in this case they've got to come forward. >> and it's also amazing in that youtube visit that the fbi field office in mississippi made to the man who raised an alarm about it. they visited him twice. they had the name nikolas cruz from the posting. why wasn't that part of the fbi file system so when the call came in, it seemed like there should be a cross-referencing
program. maybe it's silly what i'm saying. >> it's not silly. did local police, did the school system share information? and when this particular name came up -- i'm sure the local police saw that youtube. everybody seemed to have known about it. when that name came up, did anybody think, maybe we should check with federal authorities or maybe federal authorities should check with the locals if they found out where this was. >> should the fbi director resign? >> i said it earlier and i'll say it again that the entire leadership should resign or be fired. i'm glad he now has attorney general sessions looking into it and investigating it. and i believe we'll see people leaving that building. >> i appreciate it so much. thank you very much. and you may recall that i called out lebron james last night for
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nba superstars lebron james, kevin durant trashing trump. >> the number-one job in america, the point of person is someone who doesn't understand the people and really don't give a [bleep] about the people. i feel like our team as a country is not ran by a great coach. it's not even a surprise when he says something. it's laughable. >> but it's also scary. i shouldn't be numb to your racism and your behavior. >> i call those remarks barely intelligible, not to mention ungrammatical. and the left erupted. slate's piece was entitled "in insulting lebron james --
many claim my line that lebron should shut up and dribble was racist. what? i wrote a book, 15 years ago, fairly well known, new york's best seller called "shut up and sing." and i've been using that line for 15 years without regard to skin color, where you came from, what you do. by the way, without a single fact on your side, well, jamie, all i can say is you're far from perfect. oh, remember that movie with -- she's been hammering president trump on twitter for months and now feels qualified to weigh in on net neutrality because of his long distinguished career on screen in films such as star
wars and star wars sequels. shut up and sing or shut up and act or shut up and make us laugh every now and then. so i'm an equal-opportunity critic when it comes to left-wing celebrity sounding off on topics of which they know precious little. and as you can see, race has nothing to do with it. joining us now, national spokesperson for racial equal y equality. good to have you both on. all right, you can take it away. these guys are big guys. they're incredibly talented on the court. but, boy, they can dish it out to trump, use the f bomb, call him all sorts of names, say he doesn't care about people, all this stuff, but when i call them out for their insipid commentary, they immediately throw down the race card.
>> this is the new norm for the left. when white conservatives call the black liberals clueless, they're called a racist. that's what these people do. they're bullies. they don't want to talk about topics. and the probably we're having now is we're having too many, quote, leaders going from poor to wealthy and skipping through middle class. middle class is where you find empathy, service, and understanding and relationship. and we're missing that. we've got elitist that think they know everything, and they don't. these are athletes, entertainers, and nothing more. >> this was lebron james. it was epic 2016 championship parade. cleveland finally wins the championship. it was a big deal. he was having fun. there was a lot of families
there. let's watch. >> i believe i'm going to wake up and it's going to be like game four all over again [bleep] [bleep]. and lebron james makes six straight appearances. you had to be all anchoring at the interior and you looked at me like, man, [bleep]. i love all of y'all [bleep] and get ready for next year. >> he was having fun. >> addicted to the f bomb, huh >> >>it was a couple of f bombs. he was having fun, but come on, he's like a clown. he's done a lot of good stuff, like a lot of good charity work. but if you're going to talk like that and you're going to act like that and you talk like that about the president of the united states, i tell you something, if you're a white nba player and you said that stuff about obama, you would never play again.
>> i think he called the president of the united states a bum and used the f bomb in describing him in that espn podcast as well. >> kevin durant said the comment, "shut up and dribble," is racist today. >> he's running away from you. for a guy that's winning nba championships and had that kind of stature, it's a little weak. >> this is my point. if you want to be a political pundit, you're coming on my court. let's do it. let's have a real conversation about black unemployment. let's talk about violence in the inner city. let's talk about all the issues like school choice. let's do it. don't think you're not going to get criticized if all you do is
a drive-by hit on trump and say he's no leader. >> call him a bum. >> if you're going to do it, then do it. let's have a real conversation. >> and that's the thing. they're not going to have a real conversation because it takes thinking and really trying to figure out answers. for instance, i might not agree with everything with charles barkley, i'm not sure. i have a lot of respect about that guy. he's shown me he cares more about his race and being popular. these other guys have to deal with the real world. i came out of the nba after ten years a flaming liberal. the anecdote to that was take my cocky liberal attitude, and failing. in the meanwhile, we need to find three enterprises. let's make our heroes entrepreneurs, not these athletes who know how to run and throw a football and dribble a
basketball. that has no real value to the real world and to our black community. let's find the real deal, true entrepreneurs. >> lebron point out a full-screen response, which is kind of cute. it says, smiling it through it all. can't believe this my life. i guess who needs verbs? >> a serious point here, though. these men are black men at a time that black men are going through the economic revival during the trump years and jobs and economic opportunity. the absolute worst thing for kevin durant to do is play a multimillion dollar victim to laura ingraham. this is always fun. ellen pompeo.
i guess she was on grey's anatomy. someone tell this b to meet me outside. i'm so not in the mood for playing nice or polite this week. apparently, she was nice and polite other weeks. and so many of them, you can't read. but they're unbelievable. i mean, unbelievable. >> can i say this real quick? one of the things that i can guarantee, these people have no idea about what's happening in our communities today. they have no idea that the unemployment rate is going down, that people with getting jobs and education is being changed. they have no idea. they're listening to these socialists that don't want our race to understand the truth. we have to understand, the truth is coming through by people living their lives and succeeding. >> we had that portrait of obama. it's sort of a play on the kill whitey thing.
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